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Metro Coat Technical Sheet

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METRO COAT
TECHNICAL DATA SHEET
GENERAL INFORMATION ON USE
Name
METRO COAT
Description
Universal primer for Metropolis® Colors finishes,
containing acrylic and silicone resins dispersed in
water. The film has a flat and velvety appearance, is
adhesive and compact. These characteristics,
combined with its great water repellence and low
water absorption, mean that the paint does not hold
dirt much and it is easy to remove stains. It has good
coating power and is permeable. It is suitable for
outdoor painting thanks to its washability and its
resistance to alkalis, atmospheric agents and to
crumbling.
Classification UNI 8681
Single-component primer, dispersed in water, physical
drying reaction, flat, acrylic
(B4.C.O.A.2.FA)
Use
Outdoors/indoors
Suitable Substrates
Cement plasters, plaster containing lime, painted
plasters, exposed reinforced concrete, prefabricated
elements in concrete, fibre cement.
CHARACTERISTICS
Appearance/Composition
Physical state: dense fluid
Type of resin/binder: acrylic (UNI 8681: FA)
Appearance: flat-velvety
Dimensional Characteristics
Absolute gravity: 1650 ± 50 g/litre (white)
Performance Characteristics
Dry weight residue: 70 ± 2%
pH: 7–8
Colour range
Mito and Mida colour chart (colours realizable with
Dye-Metering System)
APPLICATION
Ambient conditions
Ambient temperature: min +5°C max +40°C
Relative ambient humidity: max 80%
Preparation of the substrate
Walls:
the substrates must be carefully prepared by manual
brushing and/or by washing, depending on how dirty is
the surface to treat. Old paints must be removed.
Before applying on wet plaster make sure that it is set.
Apply a coat of Metro Fix.
Plasterboard:
the substrates must be carefully prepared by manual
brushing and/or by washing, making sure that they are
free of loose bits. Apply a coat of Metro Fix.
Already painted or varnished wooden substrates:
scrape partially or generally to eliminate residues of
existing paint or varnish that is not firmly adherent or
completely remove the existing paint by washing with
a stripping solvent-based product.
New wooden substrates or old substrates already
treated as above:
grout here and there to fill in any gaps and
microcrazing with Metro Stuc. Sand lightly to make the
surface to be treated level and even. Apply a coat of
Metro Fix and sand slightly. Then verify the consistency
of the substrate: if there are dust and/or loose bits it is
necessary to apply again Metro Fix.
Type of Equipment
brush, short wool roller (Magritte Roller), airless
Dilution
Type of diluent: water
Dilution:
first coat: 20-30%
second coat: 10-15%
Application procedure
With a brush or roller, apply a first coat of METRO
COAT, diluted 20-30% according to the absorption of
the substrate. Further coats diluted 10-15% can be
applied after 6-8 hours, depending on the ambient
temperature.
Drying or setting at ≈ 23°C
On the surface: 3 h
Coverage (one coat)
5-6 m2/l
Recommended amount used per m2: 0.166 – 0.200 l
Average coverage per pack (15 l): 90 m2
Coating with paint
Compatibility with other products: with all thinner-free
products
METRO COAT
N.B. This Technical Information Sheet is compiled to the best of our technical/scientific knowledge. Nevertheless, it is not binding and does not imply that we are
responsible, as the conditions of use are outside our control. It is recommended that the product is always checked as being suitable for the specific application.
IVAS Industria Vernici S.p.A. – Via Bellaria, 40 – 47030 San Mauro Pascoli (FC) – Italy
Phone +39 0541 815811 Fax +39 0541 933112 - www.metropolis-ivas.com
Company with quality management system certified UNI EN ISO 9001
TECHNICAL DATA SHEET
Issue 09-2012
STORAGE
Packaging
15 l – 5 l – 1 l
Storage
Minimum and maximum temperature: +5°C +30°C.
The stability of the product is guaranteed for one year
if it is stored in its original packaging in a dry,
sheltered place. Do not store the product at less than
5°C.
SAFETY INFORMATION
Hazard classification
No hazard labels required in accordance with:
DL (Law Decree) of 3 February 1997 n° 52 amended by
DL of 25 February 1998 n°90, DMS (Ministry of Health
Decree) of 4 April 1997, DMS of 28 April 1997, DL of 16
July 1998 n° 285, Directive 1999/45/EC of 31 May 1999,
DMS of 7 July 1999, DMS of 10 April 2000, DMS of 26
January 2001, DMS of 11 April 2001, Directive 2001/58/EC,
Directive 2001/59/EC, Directive 2001/60/EC and
subsequent amendments.
Warning advice for the user
See the safety card
Odour limit
Odourless
Identification of type of waste material
In accordance with EEC decision 2000/532/EC amended as:
2001/118/EC, 2001/119/EC, 2001/573/EC and subsequent
amendments.
Plastic containers:
Classifiable with code 150102. Potentially treatable as
urban waste material in accordance with the
regulations of the individual municipalities.
Metal containers:
Classifiable with code 150104. Potentially treatable as
urban waste material in accordance with the
regulations of the individual municipalities.
If the containers contain residues of liquid material
they can be classified as code 080112.
Dispose of in accordance with local regulations.

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